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... sign it back to him. He then had big financial problems but still had time to marry a much younger lady Constance, who the children also didn’t like, except Donald who had an affair with her. On top of all this the children caused no end of problems and his favourite daughter died in an accident. It was obviously all too much for him. After much legal arguing the Castle was sold in 1906.
After this we visited the Albatross centre and saw about 10 ...
... way to Dunedin. We found our farm stay after a bit of bad navigating our gps said we were there mum's said we weren't...so we kept driving and then realized our gps was right. Our farm stay is 16 acres just on the outskirts of Dunedin the houses around this area are beautiful very cottage old and cottage style with beautiful gardens. The house we are staying at is beautiful it sort of reminds me of an old queenslander with verandas all around but on a much larger scale. We had booked it ...
... tramp!! It was a lot harder than we thought, the constant uphill was very strenuous. My muscles hurt and I was wiped out by the end of the day! Nonetheless, the view was AMAZING!! Totally worth it!! So mom and Rachel, if you come, get ready to go tramping to exciting places!! You need to be decently fit so you don't die and have to constantly stop to rest! A couple girls in our group actually turned around on the way up the mountain because ...
... some reason we now found ourselves late. We planned it so we could get ourselves to the bus stop in enough time but we now had 10 minutes to get there and we had no idea where it was. I had a map on my phone but you never know how far these things are. When we left the mall we learned it was raining. Rain stresses me out. We got to the corner of the road and realise we wanted to walk down this road to get to the bus stop but we hadn't a clue whether to go left or ...
... translucent watercolours by an artist called Frances Hodgkins. It also has some art installations. These are clearly seminal works demonstrating neon-light strips, corrugated iron and a shocking waste of electricity. (This stuff gets everywhere, doesn't it?)
Fortunately for us, "Everywhere you go", you usually find an Italian restaurant. In our case it is an excellent one and after a bottle of Shaking Bridge Pinot Gris and a good dinner, we ...